The incoming Governor of Cross River State and the Governorship Candidate of the All Progressive Congress Cross River State Senator Prince Bassey Otu today Saturday 17th September 2022 attended the inauguration of the 5000 ward and polling unit coordinators of CRISPON Southern Senatorial District of the 7 LGAs and unveiling of CRISPON Secretariat in Calabar.
The event commenced with an Opening Prayer by Rev Bassey of the Showers of God’s Grace Ministry and afterwards guest performance from Fada Kane and Mr Marshal.CRISPON made commitments to mobilize across the 196 wards and three senatorial districts from the CRISPON 2500 core team of the North, the 3500 core team of the Central and 5000 core team of the South for his election as Governor of Cross River State come 2022.
In attendance were members of the State Working Committee, LGA, Ward and Polling Unit Coordinators, representatives of the Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa Communities as well as People Living With Disabilities.
Speaking at the event the Director General CRISPON Prince Dr Michael Nku Abuo, JP thanked God for His steadfastness and spoke about the sterling leadership qualities and competency as well as experience of Sen Prince Bassey Otu and one whom God has blessed and dedicated to be Governor of Cross River State and promised support of CRISPON before during and after his election as Governor. He also endorsed the Back To South mantra on the principle of justice, equity and fairness.
The incoming Governor of Cross River State by God’s grace Sen Prince Bassey Otu in his speech appreciated CRISPON for their grassroot reach and mobilization for the All Progressive Congress and assured that the inclusion of youths in his government is sacrosanct as CRISPON is made up mostly of youths and that his desire for a greater Cross River State will be attained when elected.
Bishop Prof Michael Okom the Deputy Vice Chancellor of University of Calabar and Grand Patron of CRISPON handled the process of inauguration and the event came to conclusion after the unveiling of the secretariat by Sen Prince Bassey Otu and closing prayers.